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Solving Quadratic Equations By Factoring Date________________ Period____

Solve each equation by factoring.

1) (3n − 2)(4n + 1) = 0 2) m(m − 3) = 0

3) (5n − 1)(n + 1) = 0 4) (n + 2)(2n + 5) = 0

5) 3k 2 + 72 = 33k 6) n 2 = −18 − 9n

7) 7v 2 − 42 = −35v 8) k 2 = −4k − 4

9) −2v 2 − v + 12 = −3v 2 + 6v 10) −4n 2 + 6n − 16 = −5n 2

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11) 8r 2 + 3r + 2 = 7r 2 12) b 2 + b = 2

13) 10n 2 − 35 = 65n 14) 3 x 2 − 8 x = 16

15) 16n 2 − 114n = −14 16) 28n 2 = −96 − 184n

17) 7a 2 + 32 = 7 − 40a 18) 42 x 2 − 69 x + 20 = 7 x 2 − 8

Critical thinking questions. True/False.

19) If a quadratic equation can be factored and 20) If a quadratic equation cannot be factored then
each factor contains only real numbers then it will have at least one imaginary solution.
there cannot be an imaginary solution.

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Kuta Software - Infinite Algebra 2 Name___________________________________

Solving Quadratic Equations By Factoring Date________________ Period____

Solve each equation by factoring.

1) (3n − 2)(4n + 1) = 0 2) m(m − 3) = 0


{3, 0}
{ } 2 1
,−
3 4

3) (5n − 1)(n + 1) = 0 4) (n + 2)(2n + 5) = 0

{ } 1
5
, −1 {−2, −
5
2 }

5) 3k 2 + 72 = 33k 6) n 2 = −18 − 9n
{3, 8} {−6, −3}

7) 7v 2 − 42 = −35v 8) k 2 = −4k − 4
{−6, 1} {−2}

9) −2v 2 − v + 12 = −3v 2 + 6v 10) −4n 2 + 6n − 16 = −5n 2


{3, 4} {2, −8}

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11) 8r 2 + 3r + 2 = 7r 2 12) b 2 + b = 2
{−2, −1} {−2, 1}

13) 10n 2 − 35 = 65n 14) 3 x 2 − 8 x = 16

{ } 1
− ,7
2 { }4
− ,4
3

15) 16n 2 − 114n = −14 16) 28n 2 = −96 − 184n

{ } 1
8
,7 { 4
− , −6
7 }

17) 7a 2 + 32 = 7 − 40a 18) 42 x 2 − 69 x + 20 = 7 x 2 − 8

{ 5
− , −5
7 } { } 7 4
,
5 7

Critical thinking questions. True/False.

19) If a quadratic equation can be factored and 20) If a quadratic equation cannot be factored then
each factor contains only real numbers then it will have at least one imaginary solution.
there cannot be an imaginary solution.
False (Example, x 2 = 10)
True
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